23andMe Ordered to Stop Genetic Screening Marketing, Pecan Shortage, L.A. Judge Rules Against Sriracha

The F.D.A. has ordered 23andMe to immediately stop marketing its genetic screening service, citing concerns regarding the public health consequences of inaccurate results.

The untimely low pecan supply is driving prices in grocery stores up by about 30 percent.

An L.A. judge orders Sriracha to cease operations partially at its Irwindale, Calif. factory to cut down on the fumes that residents claim are irritating to their eyes and throats.

A number of chain retailers are taking a stand against the pressure to start Black Friday sales on Thanksgiving Day.

These pies were probably made in better times.

These pies were probably made in better times.

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